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City of Santiago de Queretaro

Church of Congregation of Guadalupe

Historic Buildings



Church of the Congregation of Guadalupe

Dating from the second half of 17th century, this is one of the City's most visited and most venerated churches, in spite of the fact that it no longer retains its previous splendor.

The facade with two towers, square at the bottom and octagonal above, still conserves its baroque entrance done in stone with sculpture of Virgin of Guadalupe in upper niche.

The interior has single nave and among its outstanding features are the frontispiece of baroque organ built by Ignacio de las Casas a painting of Virgin of Guadalupe done by Miguel Cabrera and the iron railings of the chorus and atrium.

There is meeting room with collection of paintings of famous 18th century congregation members.




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